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salt pan

n.
1. An undrained shallow depression in which water accumulates, evaporates, and deposits salt.
2. A small lake of brackish water occupying such a depression.
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Mr Majaga had said that Sowa was ideal to be transformed into a salt-producing hub due to its proximity to a 'huge' salt pan, where sodium carbonate was mined.
Since both were working in a salt pan, they decided to tie the knot," police said.
My greatest experience was standing in the Makgadikgadi salt pan in Botswana, which, as far as you can see in all directions is absolutely flat and white.
An important aspect of the plan is that it opens up No Development Zones (NDZ) and salt pans for development--earmarking 2,100 hectares of NDZ redesignated as Special Development Zones and 320 hectares of salt pan land for constructing one million affordable houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yajana--an ambitious project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to provide housing for all.
An important aspect of the plan is that it opens up No Development Zones (NDZ) and salt pans for development --earmarking 2,100 hectares of NDZ redesignated as Special Development Zones and 320 hectares of salt pan land for constructing one million affordable houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yajana --an ambitious project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to provide housing for all.
The NDZ areas include salt pan lands and lands earlier earmarked for tourism development.
An important aspect of the plan is that it opens up No Development Zones (NDZ) and salt pans for development -- earmarking 2,100 hectares of NDZ redesignated as Special Development Zones and 320 hectares of salt pan land for constructing one million affordable houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yajana -- an ambitious project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to provide housing for all.
It has lions, elephants, black rhinos, zebras and giraffes - and a vast, other-worldly salt pan nicknamed "lake of a mother's tears".
Kalahari Desert Salt (Coarse) : This rare lake salt is sourced from the Makgadikgadi salt pan in the middle of the dry savannah of North Eastern Botswana.
The analysis revealed that salt pan mud is composed mainly of inorganic constituents: carbonates, silicates (quartz) and clay minerals.